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No surprise at all: Hank Williams, Jr. tries cute racial “code”

By pams
Wednesday, September 9, 2009 18:10 EDT
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FAIL. Sorry, Hank, but the “code” isn’t fooling anyone (watch around 2:30 in video). During his government “Don’t Tread On Me” blather, he launches into “Ain’t too many things my beautiful people can’t do……” (gesturing to look at his hands and his face).

BONUS: This is laughably f*cked up — a theme song for the teabagger “patriots”. It’s a good bookend to the talent of Hank Williams, Jr. Song by Steve Amerson & Dick Wells. Will this hit the top 40?


Newt Gingrich said “Don’t Tell Me It Can’t Be Done should be the rallying cry for the conservative movement, this is the anthem for the resurgance of the conservative movement.

As Joe.My.God notes, the general lyrical theme:

God, judgment day, revolution, guns, abortion, taxes, uppity Negroes in the White House. (The last is only implied, of course.) Note to teabagging subtitlers: it’s Capitol Hill, not Capital.

 
 
 
 
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